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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1900.
JL L. C. Atkinson and A. F, Judd, Jr.
ATKINSON k JUDD,
Counsellors at Law.
Office Rooms 30S-9 Judd B'ld'g.
SEO. A. DAVIS GEO. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
trlorneys and Counsellors al Law
looms 202, 20, 102, JuJJ Building,
or. Fort and Merchant Sts..Hor
CHARLES F. PETERSOHl
attorney at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Oounscllur nt
Mm: In the Occidental Hotel,
avratr ot King and Alakea Streets,
V, B. Aefcl. Enoch Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
Attorneys and Counselors
Me No. 10 West King Street
MOVED TO THE JUDD
LOCK, FORT STREET.
someoos.Pbyslclans ud Dentists.
DR. J. T. WAYSON,
Has removed to Ills new office and ( resi
dence, Beretanla Bt., nearly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS J?30;003:joP:S;
i6j3-tm TEL. .Main G
DR. W. H. MAYS
has opened an office for the practice of
Medlclre and Surgery, at 119 Be etanii
Street, next house ceyond Central Union
Church. HOUkS: 10 to 12, 2 to 4 and
7 to S; Sundays, 9 to II. ThLLPHONE
DR. C. A. PETERSON
His re-opened his office at . . .
26 Emma Street
. 2- 4 P.M.
OR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence: King St.,
asar Alapai. :::::: r ::: :
(Offici Hot'BJ: I loir A.M.
I to I P. M.J
7 10 8 P. M.
SUSOATS-4 0 to 11.10 A. M.
TELEPHONE o)t. WHITE 1551
Or. W. J.
! and Resldencer Beretanla and
& Hours: 9 to 10 a. to.; 2 to I
V, a.; 7 to 8 p. m.
.R, WALTER HOFFMANN.
TANIA BTREET, (opposite the
ilUjkons 110. P. 0. Box 601.
rate aours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 1
iV .; 7 to I p. sa. Sundays. 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR
treat, between Emma and Fort.
Isirt: t to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m.
ttt I . .: Sundays. to 10 a. m.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Oflca: 222 Hotel Street
OBJce Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
tY, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S..
MTi Building, Fort Street
inn: a to 4. Telephone 434.
ERFECT telephone 2000.
HINTING i Prepared to fill or.
BODUCED T ders until 4 p. m
ROHPTLY Saturdays. . . .
It6 MERCANTILE PRINTING
corner ol Fort Street.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
E. GK BI.A.Hl',
401U FORT STREET.
3COM NO. 10, SPRECKEL.S BLOCK
Plantation Work 11 Specialty,
Chinese and Japanese Firms
Done in Crayon or Oil
Pictures Framed In any styli
Framed Pictures for sals.
New Mouldings for Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
14C0 TELEPHONE 80o
T. KATSUNTJMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, MlDltM.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Ttaponry Oflct: Root. , naatafra Sprackata t.mlfd.
lag Til. 4.
Wong Sal Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A Pimcr Fit Gvasaktiid
404 Fort St., near King St.
HONOLULU, H. I.
Cleaning , Dytlnt and Repairing a Specialty
Y. MAN SING
His Removed From Fort Street to Jll
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's,
Dresses Made To Order.
A Fiit Aisortmknt or American, English and
SCOTCH CLOTH ON HAND
No. 319 Nuutnu ttrcti, Honolulu, H. t.
Goeft work mt firit-cUu it ru.uir.tMd
Clothtt C) until nd Rtpttf d
..Coinii Auiu and Kino Stiiiti.,
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLES
for special order, and CALIFORNIA
FRUITS bv every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. 363
The . . .
Astor HouBe Restaurant
Corner King and Alakea streets
FIKST CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT
otfiT Meals at all hours "TDJo
Eaer and Wine Dealers.
IMPORTERS, AND WHOLESALE
ffiao ana Liauor Dealers.
Ami, (01 tb. Bottl.l Rilsl.r B..I ol Mint.
No. 19 Nuuano Street
Fetter Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiuhdi.
P.O. Bonn. Mutual TeUpbone int.
OONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AN)
225 Qaeen street, Honolulu, H
W.HateS Soto Water (XL'r
lorner AIIib ft Fort Sti., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a specialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer keot at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar. rCellnrk's AA
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else.
The World Register
Keep the Cash while you are busy,
Try one 0
On Marble and Granite.
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
naw'D IrcD Fence and Monumental Co
041 Klnv Htreet
GE5SLER'5f; will refund
: MAGIC 5j the money
; HEADACHES: If they fall.
g WAFERS ! to cure.
iVAWAV.V.V.'Jfc.' I'rli. 10 lent..
ISSUE OF CAMPAIGN
GETTING INTO SHAPE
It Will be Disposition of South African
AffairsOnly Hope of Liberals
is to Reduce Unionist Ma
jority China Affairs
New York, Sept. 19. A special to
the Tribune from London says: Lord
Salisbury has passed a busy day In
London;. holding his usual weekly re'
ciptton nntl seeing six or eight iimbas
sadors. Ills health has Improved dur
lug his holiday In the Vosges and .fl
has the manner of n statesman who
considers himself equal to any politi
cal emergency and to nil anxieties of
Mate. The Martinis of Lansdowne Is
almost the only colleague who has been
rlosetctl with him during the last twen
ty-four hours, but the war office Is the
point at which the press of cabinet re
striction must natmally open.
Sir William Wnlrond, the chief gov
ernment whip, has kept n large foice
of clerks busy since the announcement
of the dissolution of parliament was
officially confirmed, but this Is not
proof that he was taken by surprise or
that the unionist canvass was not In
an advanced state of preparation.
Robert Gladstone has been In Leeds,
wherp he hag an nppolntment to nd-
tlrrss his own political supporters, and
the liberal headquarters have been
deserted. The liberals are not making
n noisy canvasi, but nre conducting
what is designated In America ns a
still hunt. They do not expect to car
ry the election and, Indeed, would oe
embarrassed If the unexpected should
happen and they should find them
selves In the majority and then be un
able to form n working homogeneous
ministry. Their leading men frankly
concede n unionist victory and assert
that Mr. Chamberlain must hnve the
responsibility ot settling the war.
What they do expect Is that by 4
careful nntl judicious course of candi
dates and by avoidance of wasteful con
tests they may be able to reduce the
unionist majority to fifty or ecventy
Every appeal to the electorate Is fraught
with surprises and the liberals may do
better than their mast hopeful pnrtl
snns Imagine. Without doubt It Is
true that the last parliament was more
strongly unionist than the country and
that nt least thirty seats naturally lib'
eral were capturod accidentally. These
seats under normnl conditions would
be regnlned by the liberals this year,
but nB many more are Imperiled be
cause their radical holders were out of
touch with British policy when the
"soldiers of the queen" were fighting
In South Africa. Political experts for
this reason are disposed to b"llevo that
liberal sains will be balanced by losses
and that the new parliament will e
ns strongly unionist as the old parlia
While the Chlnn question does not
enter Into the political canvass, and
Indeed, Is temporarily laid on the shelf
until Count von Wnldersee can arrive
at Peking from Hongkong to take
command of the International forces
and save tho dignity of the German
empire, South Africa has again become
the center of public Interest. Oener.il
French has been converted Into an
electioneering agent, whose capture of
engines and military stores has been
Invested with political significance and
whose arrival at Koomatlpoort Is
looked for nbout the date of the final
nominations for parliament.
Speclnl dispatches describing the de
moralization of the Doer forces ind
forecasting n general surrender of tho
burghers still In arms nre well timed
for election purposes and the rumor
link been revived that Lord Roberts
will resign the command and leave
Oenernl Duller In charge of the armv
of occupation nbout the time the flm
contests are held In England nnd Scot
land. Lord Roberts Is, however, a
good soldier nnd a poor politician. Tho
war is coming to an end but It not yet
finished, as the siege of a Itrltlsh gar
rison for weeks on the western Trans
vaal sufficiently Indicates, nnd his Judg
ment will be Indispensable In the Anil
singes when police work Is substituted
for military campaigning nnd the du
feated and desperate burghers need to
be alternately coaxed and bullied Into
laying down their nrms and abandon
ing a hopeless conflict.
of Galveston Ruin
New York, Sept. 17. A speclnl to
the Sun from Galveston s.ivs: This is
the ninth day after tho storm and stllll
the work of 'recovering the dead froiii
tho mass ot ruins thnt lines tho south
sldo of what remains of the city is
going on. Yesterday 107 bodies wero
recoered and cremated. Among them
was a mother with her babe tightly
clasped to her breast. The body 't
Major W. T. Levy, United States Im
migrant Inspector of this district, was
umong the number found. Ho made a
gallant struggle to save his wife nnd
three children, but all wero lost. The
bodies of the wife and children hao
not been recovered.
The number of bodies recovered and
cremated today will exceed 100. The
task of recovering bodies that are be
neath or were Jammed Into the Im
mense rick of debris extending fro-n
the enstern to the western limit of the
city, a distance of more than three
miles, Is a herculean one, nnd the most
expeditious way of recovering the-n
from a sanitary point of view Is by
lire. This In the crippled condition of
the fire department nnd the water
works would endanger the remaining
part of tho city. Ab It now stands thli
Immense pllo of debris Ih strewn with
bodies, The pretence of the carcasses
of animals Is another serious menace
to health and thflr disposition Is the
most dlmeult problem the board of
health has to deal with. The work ot
opening up streets and disinfecting
them Is being vigorously prosecuted.
Tho debris nnd garbage are being re
moved In 250 vehicles of every descrip
tion nnd carried out to a sate place and
there burned. In a few days nil the
streets will be opened for the passage
The work of supplying relief for th
dick and Injured Is well In hand nnd,
under the direction of physicians and
nurses, Is ImproUug dally. Hlevcn
hundred tents wero received today by
the board of health. All except U00
retained for hospital purposes will he
distributed by the chairmen ot tho
various ward sub-committee to shelter
the homeless in tho wards. Tho ma
rine hospital service, which Is working
In conjunction with the board of
health, has established a hospital on
the beach at the foot of Tremont
street, where rick and wounded now
sheltered In unsanitary places through
out the city will be taken for treat
ment. The hospital phslclans will be
assisted by rt corps of trained nurses.
The hospital will consist of 300 com
fortable tents and will bo thoroughly
equipped In every respect.
Governor Sayers expresses faith In
the future of Galveston and Bays l,e
city will be rebuilt. He wants tho peo
ple ot Galveston at once to turn their
attention to the rehabilitation of their
property and leave to the governor,
General Scurry nnd the state authoil
tles the work of sanitation. In other
words, the state will relieve Galveston
of the Important worll of sanitation
and will leave the citizens free to re
store their homes and their places ot
Miss Clara Uarton Is giving her time
and attention to assisting In the work
of relief and ascertaining what suu
piles are necessary to meet the exigen
cies of the situation. The board of
health says more trained nurses ire
Relief supplies arc nrrlvlng moro
regularly and nre being distributed to
the destitute ns rapidly as possible.
The number of people who hnve left
Galveston, If Is now stated nt heal
quarters, Is over 8,000. Of these nbout
u.OOO are In Houston being enred for.
Others have gone on Into the Interior
of the stnte or to other states.
THE HIGHER COURTS
Judge Humphreys granted motion to
open default In Mclntyre vs. Allen .in
condition thnt Allen pay costs to date
and attorney's fee of J0.
Henry Smith, guardian of Miriam
Naomi Lazarus, minor, has brought
suit against John S. Walker, adminis
trator of estate of Joseph Lazarus, to
obtain more than )7S0 belonging to the
Jas. L. McLean, administrator of the
estnte of the late Robert Grieve, nnd
successor to him ns guardian of Win. L.
Grieve, lias filed his final account with
n petition for discharge from both ca
pacities. He receded J100C.77 and paid
1301.53, and the Inventory shows cah
on hand 13702.24 nnd $300 par value
of Wllder's Steamship Co. stock.
R. R. Hind's tax appeal from Third
Circuit is being heard by the Supreme
Judge Humphreys Is hearing docu
mentary evidence In Mist vs. Knmlo.
Judge Kstee this morning naturil
Ized I'cter McDonald of Novn Scotn,
Walter E. Lee of Peru, Augusto II, R.
Vlelra of Madeira and Joseph Gold
stein of Germany.
MINERS WALKING OUT.
Philadelphia. Sept. 18. If, ns
l'usldent Mitchell of the United Mine
Workers claimed last night, 112,000 of
the Hl.OOO mine workers in the Penu
sylvaula anthracite coal fields wro
Idle jcsteiday, U Is certain that this
number has been considerably aug
mented today. Reports fiom the four
big districts embracing the hard coal
region are to the effect that fewer men
nio nt work toduy thun wero working
yesterday and that collieries tint
worked full handed or nearly to yei
terday are either badly crippled '.r
shut dow 11 today.
The weather has grown much colder
thun jesterday and this change Is
gieeted with enthusiasm by the work
ers, who argue that the Increase in de
mand for coal will hasten the adjua:
ment of the difficulties between them
nnd their employers. Talk of arbitra
tion Is so persistent that the hope
grows that this method of settling th-j
strike will finally be adopted, although
the mine owners declare they will deal
only with their employes as Individuals
ami the strike leaders say they will in-
hist upon formal recognition of tho
union. This difference would appear
sufficient to keep employer and em
ploye apart forever, If persisted In.
One little band of miners In the Wy
oming valley, those of tho West Enl
Coal company at Mocanaqua, number
ing a few hundied men, stand ut
prominently ns the only men at woik
out of neorly 90,000 In the Lackawaa
nn nnd Wjomlng region. Efforts to
Induco them to Join the sttlkcrs haa
failed. They say they have always
been treated kindly: they have r.o
grievance and will therefore remain
loyal to their employers.
Police Court Noich.
In the Police Court this forenoon the
following cases were disposed of: Ed
mund Hart, violating Hoard of Health
egulutlons, nolle pros'd: Wahlneuca.
malicious Injury, nolle pros'd; Potl,
ono of Pain's bus drivers, nrrestcd yea-
tenlay on tho charge of cruelty to ani
mals, (3 and costs. The cases of Ayres
and Testn wero ngaln continued until
Return ot Holmon.
Victoria, 11. a, Sept. 18. The steam
er Empress of Indln arrived today from
the Orient. Among the passengers wus
Lieutenant Hobson ot Merilmnc fama
PER B. 8. AUSTRALIA. t
Just landed a full line ot grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
ed potatoes, antes, salmon, UounderB,
inllbut, crabs, Eastern and California
ysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
'hlckens, ducks, quail. A .all lino ot
anned goods. CAMARINOS' REPRI
W ,. STOMACH &
I the bet defense azalntt dlseas and
Hostetter's Stcmich Bitters makes healthy
blood. If you want to Ret well and keep
well, take It rtgularly. It will keep the
bowels active and care all such stomach
disorders asdvspensla. Inalzestlon. slue
rI-Ii liver, week kidneys, malaria, fever
ana ague, sceuiat. a private Kevcnue
Stump covers the neck of the bott'e.
A Safeguard HOSTETTtiR'S
Real Estate and Insurance.
LIFE and FIRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. OF Boston.
tna fire insurance Cohpant
HENRY ST. OOAR.
Members Slock and Bond Exchange,
AND DEALERS IN
INVESTMENT SECURITIbS ....
Ptnlcuttf attention clrts to purcbat. ao4 aata at
nawanan aurar aioca.
Loaoi N.gotlatad. Eattara sag ror.lgv Stock
403 California St.,
6an Hranclaco. Cat.
Stock and Bond Broker
Mbar (I Hawaiian Stock Bicbaaia.
Melnerny Block, Fort Street.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers
315 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co,
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stook and Bond Brokei
MtafeM el ttaa Homtala Stick Bicbast.
Office Queen street, opposite TJnlot
Talnboea joa P.O. Boa it
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending;
Kloctro-riydraullc Power Transmlsalot
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Quean street.
Office next to Pxffloe. 1SS1
JAMES T. TAYLOB,
806 Judd Block. Tela. SSI.
Honolulu Iron Works C
Improved and modern SUOAR MA.
CHINERY of every capacity and d
ecrlptlon mado to ordei. Boiler wort
nnd -RIVETED PIPES for Irrigate
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.
No. 1. Business property on Smith
street, between Pauahl and Beretanla
No. 2. Residence property on Punch
bowl street, near Vineyard street, suit
able for cottages.
No. 3. Fine suburban nronerty front
ing on McCully street and running
from Beretanla to King streets.
Will sell on easy terms, viz.: part In
cash, or approved stocks or bonds, bal
ance on mortgage.
Fop Sale or
Valuable business property, corner of
King and Smith streets.
A few office suites In Modol Block.
For particulars apply to
Cartwrlght Building, Merchant Street.
Ws, U. Ini
liana jVeckel? 5 uo,
HONOLULt H. I
San Frantiico AgenUInn Nevada
National BAwk of Sax Fiusciaoo.
Htm FRAXCisco-The Nevada Natlona
Bank of San Francisco.
Lomdon The Union Bank of London
N'kw York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Bkrlim Dresdner Bank.
Hoxkono and Yokohama Honking
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vanooovr Bank o
British North America..
Tnuict i Snenl Btttiii nl Eiciuie Bulk
DapoUti Received. Loans made on Ap
proTcd Becsrltr. Commercial and Travelarl
Credits Innad. Bills of Kxchangt boagal
COLLBCnOHl PaOUITLT AOOOVBTBD ?0i
- JUDD BUILDING.
IRCOSPOSATSD UXDHTKl LAWS!
lor ths Hawaiian Riruauc.
Oapital? , $400,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Chas. M. Cookk, President.
P. O. Jones, Vice-President
O, H. Cooke, Cashier.
F. O. ATHKRtpn, Assistant Cashier,
F. W. Macfarlane,
J. A. McCandlese.
Solicits the Account of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attend to al
business connected with banking en
trued to it. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received,
and Interest allowed In accordance with
rules and conditions printed In Pa-s-books,
copies of which may be had upn
Savings Deposits will bt
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per oent.
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP" A CO.
Transact a General BankL g
and Exchange Business,
Commercial and Travelers
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all the principal cit'u s
o ' the world.
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per cent, (this
form will not bear interest
unless it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent, 6 niomlis
3 per cent, 12 inontliB 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. 81. 1881, lU,i77.H.
Money loaned on approved security
A Savings Bank for monthly depoattm,
HouBea built on the monthly Install.
Twentieth Serl ot Stock la noa
OFFICERS T. F. Lanalng, Pre..
dent: B. B. Tlnno Vl. Pn.Mui, r m
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Becretar?.
uinuuiuno a-, ir. Lansing, a. m.
Rose. A. V. Oeaf, A. W. Keech. Hcnra
Smith, J, L. McLean, 3. D. Holt. O.
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. OEAB,
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:301:80 p. n.
Tjje VoohBLTja Specie Blnk;
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,0M
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,00e
Reserved. Fund Yen 8,000,001
The Bank buya and receives tor esV
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters ot Credit, and trmiittj,
a general banking business.
Oa Flits Dapoalt for la Bontba. a aar aait a, a
On Flats Dtaoilt lor t aontki, iti "
Oa Fliai Dapoilt tor i not, a
Bv tba Htai OSk., at Yonon.au, a Canaal
Mttt, i .-io aaa i.r day
Oa (-111 Dtpoalt tor ii month., jX par tut a, a.
New Reptile BnlUint, in llm sl, Hoioliu
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
RubRcrlliera nrn rurntHheri with fPAm
flVe tO Blx HfitR TIPP WPPk Hvlnn an
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
lenses, releases, powers or attorney,
etc., etc., which nro placed on record.
Duuouiui-TiUH I'ltiou, 12.00 PER
A. V. GEAR,
.Uii. JuH Building, Honolulu.
, XV i$